11-10-2016 10:38 AM
Michelle Williams is in early talks to star as Janis Joplin in Sean Durkin’s (writer/director of Martha Marcy May Marlene) biopic centering on the 1960s rock icon.
According to the online magazine Hollywood Reporter, Hollywood studios have been trying to make a Joplin biopic for at least a couple of decades and there are competing projects in development.
Durkin’s project, titled Janis, is based on the Love, Janis book written by the late singer's sister, Laura Joplin, which used Janis’ letters to family and friends to tell the story of Janis dealing with sudden fame and celebrity while combating alcohol and heroin addiction and trying to keep her creativity.
I've followed Michelle Williams since the time of Dawson's Creek and I've never been disappointed by her performances. She's a brilliant actress and I can't wait to see her playing this challenging role!
Source: The Hollywood Reporter.
18-10-2016 02:35 PM
The original Blair Witch movie is one of my all time favourites and its a must see for all horror fans.
The trailer for this looks great, i just hope its a better sequal than Blair Witch book of Shadows was because that was very disapointing .
And to answer the question yes i will be going to watch it.
19-10-2016 12:41 PM
Oh, look who's back!
Natalie Portman plays Jacqueline Kennedy in the new Pablo Larrain's movie, to be released in the US cinemas on 2 December.
Following the assassination of her husband, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's historic legacy.
This is the questioned posed by one of The Independent's headings this month: "Jackie Trailer: Is Natalie Portman headed towards Oscar glory?"
I'd say yes.
24-10-2016 08:53 AM
Alright, I went to the movies yesterday, and there's only one thing I want to say
Fire and ice, this love is like fire and ice, this love is like rain and blue skies, this love is like sun on the rise, this love got me rolling the dice. Don't let me lose, STILL FALLING FOR YOU..... (it's just stuck in my head!!)
02-11-2016 12:09 PM - last edited: 02-11-2016 12:10 PM
Johnny Depp is joining the cast of upcoming “Harry Potter” spinoff Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, directed by David Yates and with Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl) in the lead role of Newt Scamander.
The film is set in 1926 with Scamander arriving in New York as part of a global excursion to research and rescue magical creatures — including some hidden in his briefcase. Chaos strikes when some of the creatures are inadvertently let loose. Here's the trailer.
AlthoughWarner Bros. didn't reveal the role Johnny Depp will play, I can easily picture him in the shoes of a leading bizzarre character Can you?
29-11-2016 09:59 AM
De Niro is coming back to the big screen as a comedian, again.
In the 1983's drama The King of Comedy, directed by Martin Scorsese, De Niro played the role of an aspiring comedian, Rupert Pupkin, attempting to achieve success in the show business by stalking his idol.
It'll be interesting to see him in this new, comic version...
29-11-2016 06:51 PM
@Federica-C That's quite the cast, great to see DeNiro & Harvey Keitel on screen together again, like the sound of this one.
As for The King Of Comedy, what a film, absolutely love it. Even with the likes of Taxi Driver & Raging Bull, both brilliant in their own right, I think TKOC is my favourite Scorsese/DeNiro collaboration, & what a performance from Jerry Lewis, completely against type. Remarkably the story is more relevant now than ever, this film was way ahead of its time.